The model shared a clip of the mishap on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'
Heidi Klum knows how to pick herself back up when she falls!
While approaching her judge’s chair and waving at the audience, Klum tripped and hit the floor, a clip from the new AGT spinoff showed.
After taking a second to recover, Klum took it like a champ. She quickly stood up to show the audience she was unphased, and even brushed it off with a smile.
“Did you hear Mel? She was like, ‘You almost pulled me down,’ ” Klum told host Jimmy Fallon, noting that she told her that “four times.”
Predictably, judge Simon Cowell reacted by telling the model, “Make more of it,” she said.
In addition to the clip, Fallon also had a photo of the aftermath of the fall — a big cut on Klum’s leg.
“I mean, it literally looks like a cat scratch, but it was deep,” she told the host, adding that “someone had to come glue it shut.”
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AGT: Fantasy League will follow all-star judges Klum, Mel B, 48, Cowell, 64, and Mandel, 67, as they choose a roster of their favorite acts — and even compete alongside the contestants.
NBC announced the Terry Crews-hosted series in September, and it will make its debut in 2024.
According to the network, the judges will "each choose a roster of their favorite acts picking from winners, finalists, viral sensations and fan favorites from America’s Got Talent and Got Talent franchises around the world, all pre-selected by America in an initial vote."
The Fantasy League judges will be the first in the franchise’s history to compete alongside the contestants. They will "mentor and guide" the acts throughout the competition in hopes of seeing an act from their team crowned the champion, per NBC.
The draft pool will include 40 acts, each judge will select 10, and the audience will vote each week to decide which acts go through to the finale.
In AGT’s usual style, a Golden Buzzer will send acts straight to the finale — but there's a new twist. Each judge will be able to use their Golden Buzzer for their own act or to steal an act from another judge's team.
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